Posted By Emma
Peppermint Soda has bagged a hat-trick of client wins, as it continues to expand its team of specialists.
The multi award-winning consultancy has been appointed by licensed toy manufacturer, Sambro, to deliver scoping and marketing strategies, as well as media relations and social media management – both content and advertising – for its range of Star Wars products.
Peppermint is also working alongside umbrella service provider, I-PAYE, handling a comprehensive corporate rebrand, including brand standards and guidelines, as well as website design and development. In addition, the agency is providing the same branding and website services to capital allowances specialists, Catax.
Jean-Philippe Glaskie, managing director of Peppermint Soda, said: “As an integrated marketing communications agency, it’s essential that we strengthen our client base across a diverse range of sectors and services. We’re delighted to be working with such well-respected companies, providing a full spectrum of creative marketing communications solutions – from marketing strategies and scoping, to branding and media relations.”
The client wins come as Peppermint strengthens its team, with the appointment of digital account executive, Lucy Snow. Lucy joins from Sugar-Free TV. She will work alongside the creative team to assist with managing workflow, updating websites, research and client liaison.
Jean-Philippe added: “It’s essential that we continue to invest in bringing the best and brightest talent onboard, whether it’s across digital, PR, creative or website development. Lucy joins at an extremely exciting time and we’re confident she will grow and thrive at Peppermint.”
Earlier this month, Peppermint clinched gold at this year’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations North West PRide Awards. The agency scooped the top gong in the Not-for-Profit category for its campaign ‘Once upon a Family’ for Blackburn with Darwen Council’s adoption service, Let’s Adopt. It also picked up silver in the Public Sector category for the same project.